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Consultant touts power of positive attitude on results

Broadcasting Happiness Photos: BenBella Books Can adopting a glass is half full instead of a glass is half empty outlook on life improve your performance at work? Can a two-minute habit transform a pessimist into an optimist? There are those who are convinced it is possible. Former journalist turned researcher and small business owner Michelle […] The post Consultant touts power of positive attitude on results appeared first on Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations website and podcast.
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